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Schemel forums discuss Civil War

Published: March 31, 2016 KAYLA SHEA AND STEVE DEPRIMO Assistant Professor Adam Pratt, Ph.D., of the history department will teach the second-to-last Schemel Forum course meeting Tuesday as part of…

International service program

Published: March 31, 2016 Commentary by MICHAEL MAZZUCA Andre is 63 years old. He sings at his church and firmly believes in God. “If you are moved to get up…

61 Days Later: Student reflects on trip to Philadelphia

Published: March 31, 2016 Commentary by JIMENA PACHELI Among the many experiences I have lived during my time abroad, travelling has certainly been one of the most outstanding of them.…

Baseball: Still America’s past time

Baseball: Still America’s past time

Published: March 31, 2016 Commentary by RYAN DISDIER Since its inception, baseball has captivated audiences across the globe, and it has even earned the moniker “America’s past time.” Last year’s…

University educates women on equality in workforce

Published: March 24, 2016 KELLY ROSS Staff Writer The University held the $tart $mart workshop, geared toward college-aged women, in The Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on March 15th. Justine…

The Magic of March Madness

Published: March 24, 2016 Commentary by CHRISTIAN MCVEIGH Finally, the absolute best time of the year in the sports world has arrived. This is Christmas, Easter and Halloween combined for…

54 Days Later: Student reflects on spring break and Brussels attack

Published: March 24, 2016 Commentary by JIMENA PACHELI I don´t think I was the only one who desperately needed spring break to arrive. I am thoroughly enjoying the days off,…

GM to Aquire automative car company Cruise

Published: March 24, 2016 WILL HORN Business Editor Cruise Automation has spent the last three years developing groundbreaking technology to help cars function without human error. Founded in 2013 by…

Spring break explained

Published: March 24, 2016 Why we have one spring break this year that includes Easter instead of two separate breaks Commentary by JESSIE KOERNER Instead of having two breaks this…

Student calls for peace despite religious quarrels

Published: March 17, 2016 Commentary by CAILIN POTAMI A video circulated the internet Wednesday depicting a social experiment regarding “Islamophobia.” In the video, San Diego, California man Dustin Wynn approaches…

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